A V Goda

Address: KalvarijU g 265, Vilnius, LT-08315, Lithuania | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Wicked time, wicked people

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 03, 2015

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... Mark and Johannes were telling me that I missed a good night out. They were telling me about French guy at our hostel. They said he is a weird because he dresses up like Elvis and thinks he is a ladies man. They said I must come out that night to see him. The tour started shortly after midday just incase some people were late. She first showed us a plaque that president Bush gave to Lithuania which says if anyone declares war on Lithuania then the declare war on the US. Our tour ...

The Darker Side of Human Nature

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 06, 2014

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... includes the prison in the basement of the building. Going down the stairs, there was a remarked drop in temperature. The cells were just as they had been during the reign of the KGB, including the torture and solitary confinement cells. These paled in comparison, however, to the execution chamber. I wasn't prepared for this. In a small, brick-lined room, over a 1000 Lithuanians had their summary sentences read out to them before they were held up in front of the wall and ...

Sunny Vilnius

A travel blog entry by segacs on Jul 30, 2014

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... She was in the same boat, so we took off for a wander around Vilnius's surprisingly charming Old Town.
So far, my first impressions of Vilnius are really, really positive. The old town is a small, compact walkable area, and I had really missed just walking aimlessly with no set destination -- it's one of my favourite activities. There are craft shops, vintage record stores, and even an arts district that declared 'independence' from Lithuania and ...

Song and Dance and Floating Castles

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 04, 2014

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... connection between major capitals) and the border control - again - minimal.

Farewells

In Vilnius, we checked into a room (or rather: an apartment) close to the train station, because Nona had of course booked herself onto the earliest morning flight possible. Goodbyes were therefore rather strange:

4:20 *Nona's alarm makes annoyingly loud noise, as it always does*

4:30 *Nona's alarm again ...

Vilnius a pleasant surprise

A travel blog entry by guytang on Mar 08, 2014

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... but the attraction is not what's on the outside but what's on the inside (a good principle to remember for women too :p)! Inside (above) the gate is a chapel which had a really ornate silver covering of the Virgin Mary (I think it was the Virgin Mary, I apologise for any confusion over religious matters, I only recently found out that god has a mother!) The town, as with many historic European towns, was paved with cobbled stones and ...